Here are the instructors of Math and the Internet in summer, 2019.

## Mark CongerMark is a lecturer in mathematics at the University of Michigan. He has been teaching Math and the Internet every summer since 2006. He received his Bachelor's degree in math from Williams College, after which he worked for a number of years as a professional computer programmer. He completed his Ph.D. in mathematics at the University of Michigan in 2007. His thesis was about the mathematics of card shuffling. Mark has taught many different math classes at the University, and develops the Douglass Houghton Scholars Program during the school year. He is the recipient of the 2019 Golden Apple Award, the only university-wide student-organized teaching award at the University of Michigan. |

## Berkan YilmazBerkan is a graduate student in pure math. He is interested in analysis; particularly probability and differential equations. In his spare time, he enjoys learning new languages. |

## Dustin StabinskiDustin Stabinski is a rising junior at the University of Michigan, majoring in Computer Science. This fall, he will begin the Cybersecurity track within the major. Dustin has experience in the C++ and Python programming languages, and is currently learning Swift. Some of his past programming projects include an application which quickly found a Facebook user's most popular posts, an implementation of the traveling salesman problem, and a maze solver. Dustin is also currently participating in a Machine Learning Research group with Professor L. Jay Guo. He was a member of the Douglass Houghton Scholars Program during the 2017–2018 academic year. |